The Oracle

by Independent Liverpool Published:

It’s a kind of magic… On the 17th October 2019, The Oracle opened for business. It’s an old fashioned cocktail bar serving up a pretty awesome Old Fashioned, un-ironically. As...

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Welsford Bistro

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Welsford Bistro have Joined IL If you have even taken a walk in and around the Anglican cathedral (the red brick) you may have seen a beautiful cafe nestled in...

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Butter

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Butter – your new city centre hangout! DAY TO NIGHT. COFFEE TO COCKTAILS. 28 SLATER STREET. LIVERPOOL Butter – your new city centre hangout! Based on the corner of Seel...

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Arta’s Flower

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A stunning shop with seasonal, unique bouquets’, dried flowers, amazing arrangements and perfect potted plants. We had the absolute pleasure of meeting Arta on a sunny day this February! The...

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Wavetree Town Hall 


by Independent Liverpool Published:

 Wavetree Town Hall We recently had the pleasure of meeting Lisa Dixon and business partner Natalie Doughty, owners and renowned hospitality figures here in Liverpool, to have a chat about...

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Christakis

by Independent Liverpool Published:

CHRISTAKIS A name that needs little introduction! A name that conjures up images of belly dancing and the tastiest greek food, have finally joined us to give you, our amazing...

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The Watering Can

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Liverpool isn’t short of beautiful parks. Calderstones, Croxteth, Sefton, Princes, Stanley… just to name a few. And the local residents of Smithdown haven’t been left out either as they have...

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Buyers Club

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A neighbourhood bar and kitchen offering good things for good people.  They say good things are worth searching for. And that statement has never felt so true when talking about...

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Carlisi

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Desperate for a holiday? Aren’t we all. As much as we’d love to have a window seat, a mini Aperol Spritz in hand and hear “this is your Captain speaking”...

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PICNIC

by Independent Liverpool Published:

From delivery service to bricks and mortar – the story of how two best friends built their dream and opened the doors in a pandemic.  Healthy fast food? Surely not....

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Pullman Jack’s

by Independent Liverpool Published:

This isn’t just any pie shop. This is the kind of pie shop where they put lasagne in pastry. Pullman Jack’s is located on the corner of Ferndale Road and St....

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30 James Street

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The hotel that looks like something out of a Wes Anderson Film. One of the most iconic Liverpool hotels is 30 James Street, the namesake and address of one of...

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Fika

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Nordic flags blow in the wind on Liverpool’s Swedish church, the Gustaf Adolfs Kyrka – a remaining link to our history with the old Baltic states. The Nordic sailors would...

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Baby E Coffee & Deli

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Good coffee, good vibes and good food. Baby E Coffee & Deli can be found in the basement floor of Liverpool’s iconic listed building – The Temple, right in the...

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Ma Egerton’s Stage Door

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Built in 1846, Ma Egerton’s is named after the pub’s longest-serving landlady, Mary Egerton. who ran the pub – then called The Eagle – from the 1930s, staying in the...

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Il Capitano’s

by Independent Liverpool Published:

When the moon hits your eye… Crosby and Waterloo? You mean where Iron Men are..? Correct, but take a trip up north and you’ll find it’s more than just another...

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A Slower Space

by Independent Liverpool Published:

A slice of heaven in South Liverpool. Located on the iconic Penny Lane, A Slower Space is the creation of husband and wife duo, Mike and Michelle. Having worked in the fashion industry...

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Grilla

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Welcome to Grilla – a place where there’s no plate smashing, just smashing plates of food. Are you familiar with Epicureanism? Epicureanism is a system of philosophy based upon the...

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The Italian Club Fish

by Independent Liverpool Published:

“A fish restaurant in Liverpool will never work” Despite the city’s maritime history, fish restaurants are few and far between in Liverpool. Maybe that’s not a huge surprise, as the...

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Mother Espresso

by Independent Liverpool Published:

Mother is that friendly neighbourhood spot you have found, hidden just around the corner, full of regulars who know each other’s names, that does great coffee and good eggs all...

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Polidor 68

by Independent Liverpool Published:

There’s a fair bit of French influence in Liverpool’s effervescent independent scene. And we’re not just talking about the odd baguette, slice of cheese or heavily buttered fish. There’s French...

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Hafla Hafla

by Independent Liverpool Published:

You either love halloumi fries or you’re wrong. Tim Haggis is a man not shy to the sight of street food. Many moons ago, post-University blues and before it felt...

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Pets Corner

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The one-stop shop for all animal lovers and owners. Sorry to start this profile like one of our badly written Business Studies articles we conjured up in-between games of FIFA...

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Pasta Cosa

by Independent Liverpool Published:

The Italian take-out with queues out the door. Castle Street – a stretch of Liverpool life blessed with great architecture, some fantastic food and drink and a tiny little pasta...

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